Monthly Archives: April 2011

One Faith

It was called the “Roman Road to Salvation.” I learned it as a child, a series of verses, found skipping around the letter to the Romans, that would provide reason and motivation to accept Christ as Savior. It began here … Continue reading

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No Cover Up

Just a quick update on the Easter message. In the process of preparation, the title was changed to the above, “No Cover Up,” and the ending focus changed a bit to celebrate the hope of our own resurrection brought to … Continue reading

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Truth Will Out

One little piece of Scripture overlooked by the lectionary readings is the account Matthew adds to the Resurrection narrative, telling how the Jewish leaders bribed the Roman soldiers to give out the “someone stole the body” story. It’s a wonderful … Continue reading

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Small Changes

Welcome to my new blog location and style. We had to change web hosts this month and my old blog was created in a propietary format. It was good and seemed to get a lot of traffic, though not many … Continue reading

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Available

My one close encounter with donkeys was not particularly happy. At about age 16 I joined with other Boy Scouts in a trek through New Mexico’s Philmont Scout Ranch. Part of the journey included a day of using burros, small … Continue reading

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Held Accountable

“Throw the book at them!” I would say as I dropped off one of my daughters to participate in our city’s “Teen Court” program. It’s a system where teenagers pleading guilty to minor offences are redirected to a “court” of … Continue reading

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